Procedures for Visas and Hotel Reservations for the 76th Plenary Meeting of the ICAC are Now in Place.

Date Posted: 11 Jul, 2017

From the Secretariat
Tashkent, Uzbekistan
October 22-27, 2017

Cotton in the era of globalization and technological progress
Visas and Hotel Information

Procedures for Visas and Hotel Reservations for the 76th Plenary Meeting of the ICAC are now in place.

All Plenary Meeting participants MUST register for the meeting at in order to apply for visas.


The Uzbek Organizing Committee is arranging visas for all plenary meeting participants; visas are required for all participants from outside of Uzbekistan. A Letter of Assurance will be issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and sent in advance to obtain a visa free of charge upon arrival in Tashkent. This Letter of Assurance will permit travelers to board flights.

However, to avoid delays on arrival, plenary meeting participants are welcome to apply for their visas at an embassy or consulate of the Republic of Uzbekistan in advance. Visas obtained in advance will also be issued free of charge.

Hotel Booking

The Ubek Organizing Committee has blocked rooms in conference hotels convenient to the Plenary Meeting in Tashkent. The hotels are described in the plenary meeting brochure and on the ICAC web site.

The attached form must be filled out and sent directly to the Uzbek Organizing Committee to by September 1, 2017.
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